Neoprene Tube Sizes

 Neoprene tube is a kind of pipe made of neoprene material, and its specifications and sizes can be customized according to specific uses and needs. The following are the specifications and sizes of some common neoprene tubing:

Inner diameter: ranging from a few millimeters to tens of millimeters, common inner diameters are 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 19mm, 25mm, 32mm, 38mm, 50mm, etc.
Wall thickness: generally between 1mm-6mm, common wall thicknesses are 1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, etc.
Length: generally 20m/roll or 50m/roll, and can also be customized according to the length required by customers.
Hardness: Depending on the use environment, the hardness will also vary, such as the hardness range from 50 degrees A to 90 degrees A.
Pressure rating: generally between 0.2MPa-2.0MPa, higher withstand voltage levels can also be customized according to special needs.
It should be noted that the above specifications and sizes are only a few common ones. In fact, there are many specifications and sizes of neoprene tubes, which can be customized according to specific needs. When choosing a neoprene tube, it is necessary to determine the most suitable specification and size according to factors such as the use environment and medium properties, so as to ensure the normal operation and safe use of the pipeline.
In addition, the size of the neoprene tube is also related to its field of use. The following are some typical application scenarios and corresponding neoprene tube specifications and sizes:
Automobile industry: Neoprene tubes are widely used in automobile oil circuit, cooling water circuit, air conditioning system, braking system and other fields. Common specifications and sizes are 4mm, 5mm, 6mm and so on.
Construction machinery: neoprene tubes are also widely used in hydraulic systems, fuel systems and other fields of construction machinery. Common specifications and sizes are 8mm, 10mm, 12mm and so on.
Aerospace: Neoprene tubes are also widely used in the aerospace field, such as fuel transmission, lubricating oil transmission, etc. Common specifications and sizes are 6mm, 8mm, 10mm and so on.
Food and medical industry: Neoprene tubes are also used in food processing, medical equipment and other fields. Due to the high requirements for pipe materials in these fields, common specifications and sizes include inner diameters of 4mm and 6mm.
In short, the size of the neoprene tube not only depends on its basic material and structural design, but also on its field of use and actual needs. When choosing neoprene tubes, the above factors need to be considered comprehensively, and selected and customized according to specific conditions.


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